Still waiting "desperately" for him to provide a list of these 1500PLN m2 properties in the centre of Krakow , perhaps we will get this in the New Year but I will not hold my breath waiting.
I guess I'm last in the queue :( Remeber me when you make a killing, will you? ;)
Yes, because they bought in the 90s, when poland was not in EU and it was the dark era of wild postcomunism... ;)
You made a very interesting blog post about Krakow here -
Kraków is still charming and historic. But the reality is Kraków is getting rich. Galeria Bonarka will also create jobs and investment and make it even richer.
You said it yourself - Krakow is getting rich ;)